Unofficial Plano election results are in

Voters lined up at polls around Plano Oct. 13 to begin early voting for the November election // photo Jennifer Shertzer
Voters lined up at polls around Plano Oct. 13, 2020 to begin early voting for the November election // photo Jennifer Shertzer.
Unofficial election results are in, with most places won by incumbents. 4 city council places and 3 board of trustees places were up for vote.

Unofficial results of the May 6 election are in, with an 11.86% voter turnout across all Collin County elections.

81,811 ballots were cast on Saturday’s election in all of Collin County. Plano had four City Council and three Plano ISD Board of Trustees places up for grabs.

For Plano City Council Place 3, Rick Horne came in the lead with 53.82% of the vote. Colleen Aguilar-Epstein received 46.18% of the vote.

For City Council Place 5, Shelby Williams also came in the lead for reelection with 53.84% of the vote, while Brett Cooper received 46.16% of the vote.

Place 1 and Place 7 were won unopposed by Maria Tu and Julie Holmer respectively.

For the Plano ISD Board of Trustees, Tarrah Lantz won Place 4 with 50.52% over Lydia Ortega (40.67%) and Margaret Turner-Carrigan (8.81%).

In Place 5, Michael Cook won with 51.29% of the vote over Greg Jubenville (34.50%) and Khalid Ishaq (14.21%).

In Place 7, Katherine Chan Goodwin won with 47.39% of the vote over Cody Weaver (40.49%) and Simon Salinas (12.11%).

Election results are unofficial until canvassed or adopted by the party, county, city or school. Collin County has not released official results.

This article has been edited from its original version where Rick Horne was mistakenly identified as an incumbent candidate.

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